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[audio]Andrew Schelling class on activism and writing - Part 1 - Schelling, Andrew
First half of a class by Andrew Schelling focusing on crisis cults, protest songs as healing songs, songs with meaningless language, an Anne Waldman abortion poem, the poet as witness, Anna Akmanava poems, epic travel poems, activism and letter writing. (Continues on 90p004.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; political poetry
Downloads: 310
[audio]Andrew Schelling class on activism and writing - Part 2 - Schelling, Andrew
Wrap up of a class by Andrew Schelling focusing on crisis cults, protest songs as healing songs, songs with meaningless language, an Anne Waldman abortion poem, the poet as witness, Anna Akmanava poems, epic travel poems, activism and letter writing. (Continued from 90p003.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; political poetry
Downloads: 210
[audio]Andrew Schelling lecture on tribal politics and songs of healing, July, 1990. - Schelling, Andrew
First half of an Andrew Schelling class on the poetic and literary traditions of indigenous peoples and how poetry and music are used for healing in indigenous societies. He talks about how indigenous societies have been damaged by contact with industrialized nations and discusses the concept of shamanism. He describes various types of indigenous literature including love songs, work songs, healing rituals, and magical incantations, relating them to musical and literary traditions in American cu...
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[audio]Andrew Schelling lecture on tribal politics and songs of healing, July, 1990. - Schelling, Andrew
Second half of an Andrew Schelling class on the poetic and literary traditions of indigenous peoples and how poetry and music are used for healing in indigenous societies. He talks about how indigenous societies have been damaged by contact with industrialized nations and discusses the concept of shamanism. He describes various types of indigenous literature including love songs, work songs, healing rituals, and magical incantations, relating them to musical and literary traditions in American c...
Downloads: 320
[audio]Andrew Schelling lecture, A garland for environmentalists, July, 1990. - Schelling, Andrew
Andrew Schelling lectures on the relationship between environmentalism and Buddhist philosophy and poetry. He begins with the Jataka stories about the Buddha's previous incarnations, including many stories about the Buddha's kindness to animals. He also discusses the Ramayana, or "first poem" in Indian poetry. Schelling relates Buddhist doctrines and practices involving compassion for animals to the environmental movements in the United States and India, including the Chipko movement and Earth F...
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[audio]Andrew Schelling and Lyn Hejinian reading, June, 1995. - Hejinian, Lyn; Schelling, Andrew
First half of a reading with Andrew Schelling and Lyn Heijinian. Schelling reads translations of verses by King Hallah as well as poems inspired by travel in India. Heijinian reads from her books Book of Nights and A Border Comedy. (Continues on 95P027)
Downloads: 155
[audio]Robin Blaser lecture, Belief, doubt and politics, Part 2, July, 1992. - Blaser, Robin; Schelling, Andrew
Part two of a two part lecture series by Robin Blaser entitled Belief, doubt, and politics. Blaser discusses language, spirituality, sexuality, gender and the existential given. He reads and discusses the ideas and writing of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Stephane Mallarme and chiasmatic language, Frederich Nietzsche's parable "The madman" and his book The Gay Science/The Joyful Wisdom, Jean-Francois Lyotard's book The Postmodern Condition, and Martha Nussbaum's ideas about the soul...
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[audio]Andrew Schelling, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Peter Warshall, and Joanne Kyger panel, Dharma and eco-poetics, June, 1996. - Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of a panel on Dharma and eco-poetics, chaired by Andrew Schelling at Naropa's Summer Writing program, with Joanne Kyger, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Peter Warshall. Schelling asks the panel to look at strategies for writers interested in environmental issues. Wilson and Warshall talk about the politics of environmentalism. Kyger points out that ecology begins at home with a "Zen awareness" of the household...
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[audio]Andrew Schelling, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Peter Warshall, and Joanne Kyger panel, Dharma and eco-poetics, June, 1996. - Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a panel on Dharma and eco-poetics, chaired by Andrew Schelling at Naropa's Summer Writing program, with Joanne Kyger, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Peter Warshall. Schelling asks the panel to look at strategies for writers interested in environmental issues. Wilson and Warshall talk about the politics of environmentalism. Kyger points out that ecology begins at home with a "Zen awareness" of the household...
Downloads: 311
[audio]Panel discussion, "Translation: I is an Other" - Hejinian, Lyn; Hollo, Anselm; Schelling, Andrew
Panel on translation, with Andrew Schelling, Anselm Hollo, Lynn Hejinian, and Benjamin Friedlander. Topics discussed include the relationship to translation of identity, trade, imperialism and colonialism. Keywords: translation, protest poetry, society and literature
Downloads: 292
[audio]Banu Kapil, Julie Patten, Andrew Schelling reading, July, 2001. - Kapil Rider, Bhanu; Patton, Julie; Schelling, Andrew
Second half of a faculty reading with Julie Patton, Banu Kapil, and Andrew Schelling. Patton reads "Flower poem." and others. (Continued from 01P101)
Downloads: 167
[audio]Robing Blaser, Bobbi Loiuse Hawkins, Eileen Myles, and Akila Oliver reading, June 2001. - Blaser, Robin; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Myles, Eileen; Oliver, Akilah; Schelling, Andrew; Tejada, Roberto
First half of a Naropa Summer Writing Program faculty reading, featuring poetry by Roberto Tejado and Robin Blaser, prose by Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and poetry and prose by Eileen Myles. (Continued on 01P055)
Downloads: 323
[audio]Banu Kapil, Julie Patten, Andrew Schelling, Maureen Owen reading, July, 2001. - Kapil Rider, Bhanu; Owen, Maureen; Patton, Julie; Schelling, Andrew
First half of a faculty reading with Banu Kapil, Julie Patten, Andrew Schelling, Steve Lacy, and Maureen Owen. Schelling reads "Crossing the seas of Saint Brendan," "Sing's chair", and "The spiral path." Lacy accompanies Schelling in performing translations of classical Indian poetry. (Continues on 01P102).
Downloads: 238
[audio]Eco-poetics panel. - Collom, Jack; Kyger, Joanne; Schelling, Andrew; Waldman, Anne; Warshall, Peter
Wide ranging panel discussion on topics of ecology, dharma, enviornmental protection, the language and stories of those realms, and their implications for new writing.
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; spirituality and literature; activism
Downloads: 453
[audio]Peter Warshall, Sam Hamill, Janet Rodney, Joanne Kyger, and Andrew Schelling panel, June, 1995. - Hamill, Sam; Kyger, Joanne; Rodney, Janet; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter
A panel on dharma and eco-poetics with Janet Rodney, Sam Hamill, Joanne Kyger, and Peter Warshall, chaired by Andrew Schelling. The panel discusses the information age; busy-ness and doing nothing; the ecology of paper production; nature, and conscientious objection to overpopulation and capitalism; English language nature writing; and the disconnection from nature in English language poetry. A question and answer period concludes the panel.
Downloads: 179
[audio]Poetry reading - Part 1 - Blaser, Robin; Brown, Lee Ann; Ginsberg, Allen; Schelling, Andrew; Taylor, Steven
First third of an Allen Ginsberg reading of "Pup Tent," "Newt Gingrich," "Skeleton Key," and new words to "Amazing Grace," followed with an introduction by Andrew Schelling of Robin Blaser and Lee Ann Brown reading "Even on Sunday," "Let Down Thy Bars," three versions of "Amazing Grace," "Resistance Play," "A Present Bow
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